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Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A view of the Ironmarket taken from Nelson Place. The building seen on the far right hand side was a private house which was demolished in 1930. The Silverdale Equitable Industrial Co-operative Society ...

Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The name of Ironmarket no doubt came from the fact that Newcastle was a centre of ironmaking in the 14th century. The corner of the Lancaster Buildings can just be made out on the right hand side of the ...

Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The name of Ironmarket no doubt came from the fact that Newcastle was a centre of ironmaking in the 14th century. The black and white frontage of 'The George and Dragon' can just about be made out about ...

Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Mason's the cabinet maker can be seen on the far left of the Ironmarket, with D. Read, the grocers next door. The view is looking down towards the Municipal Hall which was built between 1888 and 1890, ...

Jubilee Day in Leek

A large group stand assembled under a foliage arch outside Leek Conservative Club on Church Street to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee.

King Street, Yoxall

A postcard view of King Street in Yoxall, looking west. To the right is the Village Hall with St. Peter's School beyond. Photographer: J.S. Simnett of Burton-upon-Trent.

Kingstone Women's Institute

Kingstone W.I pictured outside the Village Institute on the occasion of their 21st anniversary celebrations. Standing on the far left is Mrs H.M. Shaw. Her sister Edith is 4th from left in the second ...

Kinver Senior Citizens Club

Located on Sterrymere Gardens, Kinver, the Club was founded in 1973, and the building is thought to date from that time. It is pleasantly located being adjacent to the River Stour, Jubilee Gardens and ...

Lady Burton opening Yoxall Parish Hall

Lady Burton stands outside the hall holding a large posy of flowers with Lord Burton beside her.

Lady Burton, Yoxall

Lady Burton opening Yoxall Parish Hall in 1905. Harriett Georgina Bass (1831-1941), daughter of Edward Thornewill of the Thornewill engineering company of Burton-upon-Trent. She married Michael Arthur ...

Lady Noreen Bass laying the foundation stone to the New Hall, Yoxall

Lady Bass is seen wearing a light coloured stoal and dark dress.

Laying the foundation stone of the Municipal Hall, Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photograph captures the Mayor and civic dignitaries at the laying of the foundation stone to the Municipal Hall. Within the foundation stone was a time capsule, that contained among other things, ...

Leek Ladies O.A.P. Choir

The choir are pictured here having won a cup, although the name of the competition is not known. Back row: Mrs Hambleton, Mrs Palin, Mrs Mellor, Mrs Ball, ?, Mr McMillan, Mrs Goodwin (Conductor) Middle ...

Leek Town - Grammar School: sepia drawing

'The Grammar and National Schools at Leek, Staffordshire.' Showing a building in two blocks; [?the school and dwelling house for masters.]'J. Buckler.' Rev. B. Maude established an institute at the ...

Longdon School

St. James' Church of England School, Longdon pictured around the time the school moved into new buildings on a neighbouring site. The old school building was later re-used as the Village Hall.

Longton Town Hall. Photographed by William Blake

A view of the town hall at Longton's Times Square, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. This was Longton's second town hall and was built in 1863.

Lotus Shoe Factory Bowls Team, Stafford,

Bowling team pictured on the sports field of Lotus Shoe factory, Sandon Road. Lotus, like many other companies, encouraged their employees to participate in sports and social activities. A Welfare ...

Market Place, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photograph was taken before 1900, when the trams were introduced to Newcastle, and tram lines ran down High Street. Traders are shown here selling their wares from carts on the ancient market. The ...